Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said on Saturday he had not yet determined whether a border wall with Mexico was a military necessity or how much Pentagon money would be used. Zachary Goelman reports
Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said on Saturday he had not yet determined whether a border wall with Mexico was a military necessity or how much Pentagon money would be used. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
London Fashion Week is kicking off but any of its collections won't hit store shelves until after Britain leaves the European Union. Retailers and designers are fear the divorce will effect their business, and access to talent. Jayson Mansaray reports.
Local politicians, union leaders and residents questioned the financial breaks promised to the company. ABC News' Gio Benitez reports.
Congress lopsidedly approved a border security compromise Thursday that would avert a second painful government shutdown. Money in the bill for border barriers, about $1.4 billion, is far below the $5.7 billion Trump insisted he needed. (Feb. 15)
The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives vote overwhelmingly to pass a new funding bill, avoiding another government shutdown. The bill contains no money for Donald Trump's border wall, but the president says he will declare a national emergency in an attempt to get the funds without congressional
Renault presented its latest financial results Thursday, without former boss Carlos Ghosn. And it's starting life without him by cutting profit targets. Julian Satterthwaite reports.
Walmart is tapping the gig economy to drive its growing home grocery delivery business as it chooses to use low-cost freelance drivers instead of hiring staff to make the deliveries. Conway G. Gittens reports.
The Associated Press reports President Donald Trump says he's not expecting the government to shut down again, a signal that he's leaning toward accepting a budget deal that denies him most of the money he's sought for a southern border wall. (Feb. 13)
Mayors of French cities met with French finance minister Bruno Le Maire on Wednesday (February 13), demanding more aid for their communities, especially for business owners who bear the brunt of weekly "yellow vest" protests. David Pollard reports.
President Donald Trump is suggesting he's considering taking money from other areas of the government to fund the border wall ABC News' Mona Kosar Abdi reports.
President Donald Trump is under mounting pressure Tuesday to accept a deal on border spending that would avert another government shutdown but provide just a fraction of the money he's been demanding for his border wall. (Feb. 12)
President Donald Trump says he's "unhappy" with a hard-won agreement to prevent a new government shutdown and finance construction of more barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border, but he didn't say he wouldn't sign it. (Feb. 12)
Charlie Gaare discusses why she decided to join the teachers strike and the financial realities of being an educator in Denver, Colorado.
Global economic growth is likely to stabilise at a new, slower pace, although China, trade wars and rising protectionism threaten the "delicate equilibrium", Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said in a speech on Tuesday. David Pollard reports.
When Nigerians vote in a presidential election on Saturday, the country's economic future is likely to play an important role in the candidate they choose. Sam Holder reports.
Battling high levels of food inflation, Turkish authorities opened their own markets to sell cheap fruit and vegetables directly to consumers, cutting out retailers who the government has accused of hiking prices. Emily Wither reports.
Venezuela's most successful financial operations in recent years have not taken place on Wall Street, but in primitive gold-mining camps in the nation's southern reaches. Ciara Lee reports.
Gucci owner Kering has followed luxury market peers like LVMH in defying fears of a slump in Chinese demand. Julian Satterthwaite reports.
Steel-to-elevators group Thyssenkrupp has warned of a darkening economic backdrop, signalling tough times for its capital goods business ahead of a planned spin off. David Pollard reports.
In a focus on less traditional cigarettes, Altria seeks funding for its stake in e-cigarettes maker Juul. Angela Moore reports.
Britain's economic slowdown should not be blamed entirely on Brexit, British Trade Minister Liam Fox said on Monday after data showed the economy last year grew at its slowest since 2012. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
A snapshot of the world's major economies could reveal deep wrinkles in global growth this week. As David Pollard reports, the UK, Germany and Japan all publish flash Q4 GDP readings.